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Apr102012

{DIY} Sisal wrapped coffee cans

 We love our LavAzza coffee here at my house and home, but we are always leftover with so many cans. So, I have been collecting them and every now and then I come up with a new idea on how to put them to use! Like this one, wrap em with sisal or jute. I like that they are also waterproof on the inside.

So easy peasy it isn't even funny! If you have a glue gun then you are almost there, add sisal and a recycled can and you are good to go!

Making progress, one row at a time!

And we are done(for now), phew my trigger finger is sore!

So simple and pretty too. I decide to keep on going and going till I was able to pot four of my favorite herbs in them. Then I dressed them up with copper tags from the nursery and labels I created on PicMonkey.

I just love how they turned out!

Do I have you ready to tackle this project?

These herb cans would make such a cute gift too!

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LOVE THESE! I think I will be making these in the near future :)

April 12, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterChristine

These are so great!!!! What an awesome (and practical!) project!!! My husband loves Lavazza coffee too so I have a bunch of cans at home too, I'll have to do this too! I'm pinning it so I remember it!!!! Thanks for sharing this awesome idea!!!!!!

April 13, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterMaria

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